I'll be the first to tell you I'm not the biggest Too Faced fan. I haven't liked a product of theirs since the original Chocolate Bronzer came out which was YEARS ago. I'll be honest if I see one more mythical themed collection come out I'm going to scream. It seems like Too Faced does that left and right. However, the "Natural" line isn't childlike toy makeup thank God. It's actually super pretty and heavy with a lace detail inside. Some might think it's too "old" for the line, I think it's a fantastic turn in a good direction so far.
So I picked up the Natural Face Palette because I know I'd use every color or almost every color in it. There's one that I don't know if I'll use it a lot. I got this during the VIB Spring sale with 15% off. What I like about this palette is that it's not the typical, 1 blush, 2 setting powders, 1 bronzer, 1 contour, 1 shimmer highlight or something to that effect. This is a little more useful I think. The only bummer is I don't know if people of dark skin tones can utilize the entire palette so ideally, I'd like to see 2 variations of this palette. This also has a strong sweet fragrance.
Inside you have 2 highlights: one is Starlight, that is a duo-chrome with a golden champagne base and pink shift and it's quite noticeable. The other is, Satin Sheets I'd categorize it as a pale golden shade. They really pop, so a little will a long way.
You also get two blushes: Pink Wink is the bright blush it's pink-coral in my opinion. Originally I thought this as more sheer but now I find that It's not that sheer actually when you're actually applying it as opposed to swatching it. The next blush is Pink Sand. This is a matte deep mauve tan shade. I would call this a sculpting blush, meaning you could easily contour with it some. I like doing that with deeper blushes actually. It's just lovely.
Bronzers are: Sunny Honey which is a matte warm bronzer that I would say is similar in shade to Hoola by benefit. It's at best a medium tan but it has a lot of pigment. This is one shade that I do have to build up but I like it better that way to be honest. Next bronzer is a shimmer finish and it's Tropic Like It's Hot. This is very pigmented and like a roasted/terracotta look in my mind, but with shimmer. I would use this as blush topper if I had really tan skin. I love those shades on a summer night after you've been in the sun that day. (yes, wear sunscreen obviously. Even though you use sun protection you still get color, just FYI.)
So that's all the shades in the palette. This has a 12 month shelf life and all the powders are 4 grams individually. The size of the pain is good enough size to get a brush into unless you're using a colossal powder brush or something. A full size of their bronzer just for reference is 8 grams. So I don't think this is that bad at all. It's $44 at Sephora and Ulta as well. Of course Too Faced online will have it as well.
Final verdict. I really like it. I like it much more than the last sculpting palette I got which I'm going to review after this. I just love how heavy it is, I love the neutral and gold packaging, I like the shade selection, it get's two thumbs up from me guys. Coming from someone who is genuinely not the biggest fan of Too Faced products in general, I think that says quite a bit. I would re-purchase it for sure.
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